The City of Kingston and a number of community organizations are offering 151 free activities during Kingston Gets Active Month.
The public is being encouraged to improve their health by trying a new sport or participating in a wellness challenge between September 2nd and 30th at facilities throughout the city.
In a release, Lynda Breen, supervisor, recreation programs for the City said “Kingston Gets Active encourages residents of all ages to try new ways to get moving and have fun doing it.”
During Kingston Gets Active month, participants can:
• Try a new sport such as fencing, swimming, yoga, curling, cheerleading, kickboxing or skating.
• Pick up a free Kingston Transit pass at Artillery Park Aquatic Centre to help you get to KGA Month activities.
• Like Kingston Gets Active on Facebook to receive daily updates on free activities being offered.
• Borrow a free Play Kit from the KGA Play Library.
The event’s activities schedule and locations can be found at kingstongetsactive.ca.
Kingston Gets Active is a project by Canadian Sport for Life Kingston, with the goal of improving the quality of sport and physical activity of Kingston residents.
Image source: Google / Artillery Park webpage